The rise and fall of Aryzta’s food empire
After painfully hitting rock bottom, the question is how the company is going to pick itself up again
For a little over a century, the property at 151 Thomas Street in the Liberties area of Dublin was synonymous with the small, sleepy Irish Agricultural & Wholesale Society (IAWS), which bought and sold fertiliser and animal feed stocks on behalf of farmers.
For most of that time, behind the ornate doors and stained-glass windows of the building, there was little to mark out the company that would one day grow to be among the biggest...
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